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The effects of size and weight on basketball free throw performance

The effects of size and weight on basketball free throw performance

a biomechanical analysis of unskilled college women

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Balls (Sporting goods),
  • Basketball for women -- Physiological aspects,
  • Human mechanics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Bethany A. Wilkerson.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, 41 leaves
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13596973M
    OCLC/WorldCa22609246

    A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Two Free Throw Shooting Methods Andrew J. May Brigham Young University - Provo Follow this and additional works at: Part of theExercise Science Commons This Thesis is brought to you for free . A change in the size and weight of the equipment free-throw performances of young basketball play - ers. Rendell, Farrow, Masters, and Plummer () ing to establish the effects of the size 6 basketball on performance of young athletes (players). In their study Podmenik et al. () could not Cited by: 1.

    The air pressure in a basketball is going to affect a free throw shot. A ball that is low on air is going to be heavier and harder to throw the distance to get from the free throw line to the basket. Imagery manipulation check. For imagery manipulation check scores, there was no significant main effect of condition, F (, ) = , p, η p , with small effect size. There was a significant main effect for time, F (, ) = , p effect size. All three imagery conditions showed an increase in imagery manipulation check Cited by: 1.

      Well, depends if you play pro or not and what position you play. If you play the center spot, the ideal height is between 6′10 and 7′3. On the other side, if you are a guard, then the ideal height is between 6′2 and 6′7. To answer your question, you need to know what spot you play and whether you go pro or not. The purpose of this study was to determine if brief sessions of imagery had an effect upon concentration style and free throw shooting performance of intercollegiate basketball players. Participants in this study were four current and two former Division I basketball players. A single-subject design was implemented for this investigation (Swain & Jones, ; Vernacchia & Cook, ; Kendall Author: James Carboni.


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The effects of size and weight on basketball free throw performance Download PDF EPUB FB2

The effects of size and weight on basketball free throw performance: a biomechanical analysis of unskilled college women. The aim of the present study was to investigate the effects of caffeine ingestion on free-throw shooting performance after sprinting in collegiate basketball players.

It was hypothesised that a) the ingestion of 6 mg per kg of body mass of caffeine would improve performance of free-throw shooting and b) free-throw shooting performance would be negatively affected with increasing number of Author: Zhi S.

Tan, Stephen F. Burns, Jing W. Pan, Pui W. Kong. Ball size had no influence on shooting performance, but shot efficacy was greater with the smaller ball than the larger ball Satern et al. [18] Ball mass and diameter, and basket height 12 years a. the effects ball size and weight may have on basketball performance at the intercollegiate level.

An attempt was made to determine if hand size and arm strength were limiting factors performance from the free throw line however, ball weights above the critical value could affect shooting performance.

effects of fatigue on the kinematics of free throw shooting. After measuring the resting heart rate, ten collegiate level, male basketball players (± y; ± cm; ± kg) were asked to perform free throws.

Two successful and two unsuccessful free throws were Size: KB. complexity is a free throw, which is executed under much more controlled and stable conditions. The accuracy of a free throw is affected by fewer factors.

The shot at the basket is one of the elements that significantly influences performance in basketball. To execute a shot properly, a player. Mental fatigue has a negative effect on endurance tasks, but little is known about its effect on sports skills precision.

The aim of this study was to check if mental stress reduces the free throw. Since all videotaped practice free-throws were attempted on the home court, a comparison of home game and practice free-throws was made. When home game free-throw shooting percentage ( %) was compared to the overall practice percentage, a significant difference was found [[[Chi].sup.2](1, N = 2, shots) =p [less than]].

at baskets smaller than regulation size (2). Other studies have examined the effect of weight training on per­ formance of beginning basketball players (26); the effect of muscular endurance, as improved by weight training, on accuracy in shooting field goals in basketball (10); the relationship of.

basketball free throw. As pressure was found to significantly decrease the success rate of free throws by 18% in ten collegiate level basketball players (Wilson, Vine, & Wood, ), it appears basketball free throw shooting is subject to destructive effects as well.

Which mechanisms underlie such a drop in performance?File Size: KB. The goal of this study was to analyze whether years old children can attain more free-throw accuracy and success by modifying the ball weight in basketball game.

The participants were 54 children (age: mean=, SD= years) from six basketball teams. Home CCSU Theses & Dissertations Effect of fatigue on kinematics and accuracy of basketball free throw shooting Reference URL Share. Add tags Comment Rate. Save to favorites.

To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. of free throw shooting exerci 'e in basketball, and assess the imporvement of mechlmical efficiency and performance through an eight week training program.

METHOD. Nine male students (5 skilled males, members of Kanazawa University Basketball Team, Japan, and 4. Wheelchair basketball (WCB) is one of the fastest growing competitive team sports. To score points, free-throw shooting (FTS) is the easiest shot since it is an uncontested shot. Although previous studies have been investigated kinematic of FTS, kinematics of Author: W.

Limroongreungrat, P. Jamkrajang, R. Tongaim. standard deviations were calculated for free throw shooting performance. A 2 (RAIR/control) x 3 (trials) repeated measures ANOVA was used to test for main and interaction effects on free throw shooting : Mark David Tadeson.

Whether on the ground or in the air, a variety of forces contribute to the motion of a ball. Focusing on spherical balls -- such as those used in golf, baseball and basketball -- their size and mass help determine how they travel. THE EFFECTS OF MENTAL IMAGERY ON FREE THROW SHOOTING LORI A.

ANSBACH DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK COLLEGE AT BROCKPORT, DR. DANIEL SMITH, ADVISER The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of mental imagery on free thaw performance. The investigator used a.

standing human performance. In basketball, free throw skill and efficiency contributes decisively to the game outcome in men’s (Gómez, Lorenzo, (i.e.

ball size and weight, or height of the basket) and the character- effects of free throw shooting is scarce. As Memmert () stated, the learning effects Cited by: 1. The effect of ball size and basket height on the mechanics of the basketball free throw as performed by seventh grade boys.

[Miriam N Satern] Microfiche. Eugene: Microform Publications, College of Human Development and Performance, University of Oregon, 2 microfiches: negative. Description: vii, leaves: illustrations.

7 thoughts on “ Does height affect performance in basketball. Gulianna E Garry December 1, at pm. I found this blog very interesting to read. My mom was a basketball player all throughout high school.

Although she was only 5’3 she became the starting point guard and captain in her freshman year. The Effect of Fatigue on the Kinematics of Free Throw Shooting in Basketball Fatigue is an indispensible part of a basketball game which may affect an athlete's shooting kinematics.

Although kinematic analyses of various sports related movements were extensively done, this study is the first to consider the effects of fatigue on the kinematics Cited by: Free-throw performance and ball weight Motriz, Rio Claro, v, n.2, p, abr./jun.

MILLER; BARTLETT, ). An increase in speed release and a decrease of angle and release. In summary, the ingestion of 6 mg per kg of body mass of caffeine did not affect the accuracy of free-throw performance in basketball.

Also, free-throw accuracy was not negatively affected by the effects of increasing number of sprint sets. For practical recommendations, coaches and athletes should not rely on pre-exercise caffeine ingestion to Author: Zhi S.

Tan, Stephen F. Burns, Jing W. Pan, Pui W. Kong.